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Old November 8 2007, 02:33 AM   #841
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After watching Monday's Prison Break, I just want to once again say that Jodi Lynn O'Keefe would be a good T'Prynn.
Not bad...but I still think Bridget Moynahan is a better fit for the role.
Cool, "not bad" is deffinitly better than being told I'm an idiot. I was just trying to come up with somebody else since I'm not really familiar with Bridget Moynahan.
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Old November 8 2007, 08:30 AM   #842
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^ M:I 3
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Old November 8 2007, 04:04 PM   #843
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I just looked her up and I've actually seen her in I, Robot, Sum of All Fears, and Six Degrees. Guess I do actually know of her then.
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Old November 8 2007, 04:09 PM   #844
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I just looked her up and I've actually seen her in I, Robot, Sum of All Fears, and Six Degrees. Guess I do actually know of her then.
If you meant Bridget Moynahan when you said MI:III, it was actually Michelle Monoghan who was in it.
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Old November 8 2007, 08:55 PM   #845
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d'oh.
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Old November 19 2007, 04:41 PM   #846
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I was just getting started on Taking Wing (for my 2nd read) in preparation for Sword of Damocles, and I couldn't remember who the popular choices were for the new characters. I wanted to include voices for the non-human characters too. Opinions?
The only people I've "cast" are:
Vale: Amanda Tapping
Keru: Adam Baldwin
Jaza: Jesse L. Matin
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Old December 10 2007, 06:33 PM   #847
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Okay, I finally watched Razor last night, and I'm sold.

Stephanie Jacobsen is Miranda Kadohata. No question.
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Old December 10 2007, 06:45 PM   #848
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^ I watched it when it was on TV, and I can definitely see that too.
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Old December 10 2007, 07:21 PM   #849
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Okay, I finally watched Razor last night, and I'm sold.

Stephanie Jacobsen is Miranda Kadohata. No question.
Hmm... at 27, she's at least a decade too young for the part, but otherwise she's a great choice.
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Old December 10 2007, 07:36 PM   #850
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Miranda could just be one of those people who looks young for her age.
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Old December 10 2007, 07:37 PM   #851
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I was just getting started on Taking Wing (for my 2nd read) in preparation for Sword of Damocles, and I couldn't remember who the popular choices were for the new characters. I wanted to include voices for the non-human characters too. Opinions?
The only people I've "cast" are:
Vale: Amanda Tapping
Keru: Adam Baldwin
Jaza: Jesse L. Matin
Angela Bassett from STRANGE DAYS is Y'Lira Modan (but made of gold) in my mind. I envisioned Paulo Rossini as a younger Nestor Carbonal (sp). And Angelina Jolie is Hsuuri.

But, you know, covered in fur and with a tail.

What.

It could happen.
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Old December 10 2007, 09:01 PM   #852
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Cicero said:
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For Leybenzon -- bald, thick moustache, bulbous nose -- the closest I can come is G. Gordon Liddy, though I doubt that's what Keith had in mind.
Dan Didio?
I'm thinking Tony Levin.
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Old December 11 2007, 12:43 AM   #853
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I was just getting started on Taking Wing (for my 2nd read) in preparation for Sword of Damocles, and I couldn't remember who the popular choices were for the new characters. I wanted to include voices for the non-human characters too. Opinions?
The only people I've "cast" are:
Vale: Amanda Tapping
Keru: Adam Baldwin
Jaza: Jesse L. Matin
Angela Bassett from STRANGE DAYS is Y'Lira Modan (but made of gold) in my mind. I envisioned Paulo Rossini as a younger Nestor Carbonal (sp). And Angelina Jolie is Hsuuri.

But, you know, covered in fur and with a tail.

What.

It could happen.
So it was Paolo then? I was wondering which of the twins it was. :thumbsup:
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Old December 11 2007, 02:07 AM   #854
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Okay, I finally watched Razor last night, and I'm sold.

Stephanie Jacobsen is Miranda Kadohata. No question.
Hmm... at 27, she's at least a decade too young for the part, but otherwise she's a great choice.
Really? I'm 27 and I don't look that young.
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Old December 11 2007, 02:56 AM   #855
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Okay, I finally watched Razor last night, and I'm sold.

Stephanie Jacobsen is Miranda Kadohata. No question.
Hmm... at 27, she's at least a decade too young for the part, but otherwise she's a great choice.
Really? I'm 27 and I don't look that young.
Yes, but you are not a professional actress whose financial security is directly related to your ability to appear to be youthful and therefore full of sex appeal.

(Or so I would assume with a name like "Rat Boy"... )
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